The traction on the Puma Fusion Nitro may be the best aspect of the shoe. Reviewers agree that the traction grips clean courts very nicely.
Puma uses a full-length Nitro cushion, but they did cage it. It feels plush underfoot and the shoe offers a good amount of court feel.
Reviewers also agree that if you can get the right size for you, the shoe fits well.
The materials on the Fusion Nitro are thin, and one reviewer mentioned that they stretch too much when playing.
In terms of support, the shoe has all of the needed support features. However, the implementation could've been better.
Overall, the Puma Fusion Nitro is a decent shoe in the price range, but it doesn't live up to the previous model, the Clyde All-Pros.
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